Porthyrhyd (Llandovery) Circular

Sunday’s chat with “The Navigator” told me that Monday’s walk would be centred on Porthyrhyd, but not the one a mile from my home but the one near Llandovery.

When I left home the weather was cold and foggy but the mist lifted but although dry the weather was not ideal for photographs.

Route

The walk would take in quiet lanes, footpaths and some of the old drover roads  which cross the area.

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Drovers road

Not far from the start we came across a renovated cottage where we had a chat with the American or was she Canadian owner who with her husband had spent a long time bringing the cottage back to life. I particularly liked the hand rail on the outside wall.

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A sense of humour

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Carmarthen Fans in the misty distance

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Unnamed Church

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Nature reclaiming machinery

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Caio – not CA 10 as someone pronounced it!

This being spring we saw lots of sheep with their lambs and one odd ewe who sounded a lot like a duck – strange.

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